Quiz on Movie_ Inferno (2016)_ PUP 200_ Cities in Cinema (2021 Spring - B).pdf

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Quiz on Movie: Inferno (2016) Due No due date Points 14 Questions 14 Time Limit None Instructions Attempt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 16 minutes 12 out of 14 Score for this quiz: 12 out of 14 Submitted Mar 15 at 10:44pm This attempt took 16 minutes. This is a multiple-choice quiz. The contents of this quiz consist of questions on the faculty presentation about the movie, questions the readings related to the movie, and questions related to the movie itself. Only correct answers will add points to your point total. Do not take this quiz until you have downloaded the study guide, watched the faculty presentation, done the readings, and then watched the movie. 1 / 1 pts Question 1 What was a socially acceptable role for a well-educated Renaissance woman? All of the other answers are correct and thus this is the best answer.
Running a small business Becoming a patron of the arts. Correct! Correct! Becoming a teacher in elementary school. The best answer is becoming a patron of the arts was a socially acceptable role for a well- educated Renaissance woman. 1 / 1 pts Question 2 Christine De Pizan lived in the early Renaissance. What is the best answer the gives a synopsis of her achievements. She wrote a history of famous women to refute the masculine myth of male superiority. All of the other answers are correct and thus this is the best answer. Correct! Correct! Some consider her to be the ±irst feminist. She was the ±irst woman in Europe to earn a living age as a writer.
All of answers are correct and thus selecting them all is the correctly keyed answer. 1 / 1 pts Question 3 What aspect of economics re±lected a major change between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance? Guilds became extremely important in ruling society and creating different classes in society. The Middle Ages typically had too many people for the food that was produced, but after the plague in the Renaissance, the big change was that a food surplus could occur to all diversi±ication of economic activities. Making a pro±it became more important than the doctrine of the Church. Correct! Correct! Even in the middle class in the Renaissance loved to save all their surplus money to pay for artists to improve the appearance of their homes.
The concern of the people tended to be with making a pro±ile. Thus, Church doctrine’s importance declined a lot. Those who became very wealthy indulged in a lo tof philanthropy,

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